Voth (shoulder) threw a bullpen session Monday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
This is an encouraging step for Voth, who has been sidelined since July 20 with tendinitis in his shoulder. The Nationals are expected to proceed cautiously with the 27-year-old right-hander, leaving him without a timetable for his return.
An MRI revealed Voth is dealing with tendinitis in his shoulder, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports.
Voth will remain shut down from throwing for the time being, and manager Dave Martinez relayed that the team will be "careful" with the 27-year-old righty, suggesting a return could be a ways away.
Voth (biceps) is headed for an MRI, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports.
Voth didn't feel quite right following Monday's throwing session, so he'll head for further imaging to uncover the extent of his biceps injury.
Voth (shoulder) will throw Monday, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports.
Voth was scratched from his start Sunday against the Braves with what was originally termed shoulder soreness. The diagnosis has since been changed to biceps tendinitis. Regardless of the specifics of the injury, the fact that Voth is already throwing suggests his absence won't be a lengthy one.
Voth (bicep) was placed on the 10-day injured list Sunday.
Voth was originally slated to start Sunday's contest but was scratched due to arm soreness. That progressed to the point where he needs a stint on the injured list, with Joe Ross tabbed to take the ball in his place. Voth will be first eligible to be activated July 28.
Voth will not be able to make his start Sunday due to shoulder soreness, Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports reports.
Voth was set to take the rotation spot of Max Scherzer, who is also battling a shoulder injury, but he won't be able to take the mound Sunday. Instead, Joe Ross will draw the start against Atlanta.
Voth is dealing with shoulder soreness and may not be able to make his scheduled start Sunday in Atlanta, Jamal Collier of MLB.com reports.
Voth owns a 4.35 ERA in four starts for the Nationals this season. If he's unable to take the mound, Joe Ross is the primary candidate to take his place.
Voth is scheduled to make his next start Sunday against the Braves.
Voth was recalled from the minors when a fifth member of the rotation was needed Tuesday in Baltimore and turned in his second quality start in four turns with the big club this season. The solid performance will earn him his second start of the week after the Nationals determined that Max Scherzer (shoulder) wouldn't be ready to rejoin the rotation during the team's series in Atlanta. Even if Scherzer makes it back from the injured list next week, Voth could stay with the big club as the No. 5 starter over Erick Fedde, with the performance of both pitchers likely to be the main determinant in which of the two sticks around when the Nats are at full strength.
Voth (1-0) earned the win Tuesday at Baltimore after giving up one run on four hits over six innings. He struck out four, walked one and hit a pair of batters.
Voth was in trouble early after loading the bases in the first inning and giving up a solo homer in the second, but he quickly settled in to deliver six strong innings. The Nationals don't have a scheduled off day until Aug. 1, so the right-hander seems likely to remain in the rotation following Tuesday's performance. He's in line to start Monday versus the Rockies.
Voth was recalled by the Nationals head of his scheduled start Tuesday in Baltimore.
Voth owns a 5.52 ERA in three starts for the Nationals this season, though his 16:5 K:BB is somewhat promising. The 27-year-old may be pitching for the chance to stick in the Nationals' rotation for at least a few more starts. Spencer Kieboom was optioned to Double-A Harrisburg in a corresponding move.
Voth will be recalled from Double-A Harrisburg to start Tuesday at Baltimore, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Voth will return to the majors this week as expected to make his fourth start of the season. The Nationals have yet to decide their rotation plans beyond Tuesday as they wait to see how long Max Scherzer (back) might be sidelined, but a good outing from Voth could help earn him another look since the team doesn't have another scheduled off day until August 1. The 27-year-old has a 5.52 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 16:5 K:BB through his first three starts this season.
Voth is expected to be back in the big leagues to start in Baltimore on July 16 or 17, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports.
Voth was sent down Saturday as he won't be needed over the All-Star break. The Nationals won't need a fifth starter until July 20 due to an off day, but it sounds as though Voth will be back sooner than that, giving the rest of the rotation an extra day to rest.
Voth was optioned to Double-A Harrisburg on Saturday, Brittany Ghiroli of The Athletic reports.
Voth is the roster casualty to make room for Max Scherzer's return from the paternity list as he won't be needed to pitch again before the All-Star break. He could remain in the minors for some time as the Nationals won't need a fifth starter until July 20 against the Braves.
Voth allowed four runs on five hits with three walks and six strikeouts across 4.1 innings in a no-decision against the Royals on Friday.
When the 27-year-old left during the fifth, the Nationals trailed 4-1, but they crawled back in the last few innings to force extras and get Voth off the hook. It's still a small sample size, but in three of his four starts this season, he's failed to complete five innings, and in his last two appearances he's nearly allowed a run per frame. Voth still doesn't own a decision, but he does possess a 5.52 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 16 strikeouts in 14.2 innings in 2019.
Voth allowed three runs on six hits with two walks and three strikeouts across 4.1 innings in a no-decision against the Tigers on Saturday.
The Nationals gave their spot starter a three-run lead in the fourth inning, but it was gone by the end of the fifth when Voth departed. He wasn't as sharp in this outing, and the Nationals have lost both of his starts, but Voth owns a 4.35 ERA, 1.16 WHIP and 10 strikeouts in 10.1 innings across two major-league appearances. He probably pitched well enough to earn another start, and if so, Voth will pitch again Friday at home against the Royals.
Voth will remain in the Nationals' rotation for at least one more turn after the team optioned fifth starter Erick Fedde to Triple-A Fresno on Monday, Byron Kerr of MASN Sports reports.
Due to a doubleheader with the Phillies last week, the Nationals required a temporary sixth starter, with Voth getting the nod for Sunday's series finale versus the Braves. The right-hander aced his 2019 debut with the big club, limiting a tough offense to just two runs on four hits and no walks over six innings while striking out seven. With Fedde posting a 5.72 xFIP while allowing a .270 average to opponents across six starts this season, the Nationals will see if Voth can provide an upgrade at the back end of the rotation. As Mark Zuckerman of MASN Sports notes, Voth sported a fastball that consistently hit the 95-to-96 mile-per-hour range Sunday, with that velocity representing a fairly sizable increase from his average heater during his limited action with Washington in 2018 (91.4 mph, per Brooks Baseball). Voth might make for an intriguing streaming option in his next turn Saturday in Detroit.
Voth allowed two runs on four hits while striking out seven across six innings Sunday against the Braves. He didn't factor into the decision.
Voth served up a pair of solo homers to Josh Donaldson and Ronald Acuna, but otherwise the right-hander was dialed in during his 2019 big-league debut. He fired 57 of his 83 pitches for strikes and averaged 93.9 mph with his fastball, a step up from the 91.3 mph average during his time with the Nationals in 2018. Voth is expected to head to the minors despite the solid outing, though he'll remain an option to rejoin the big-league rotation should another opening arise.
Voth was recalled from Double-A Harrisburg to start Sunday's game versus the Braves.
Voth will step in to fill the gap left in the starting rotation after two postponements and a doubleheader created the need for an additional starter. The 26-year-old has a 4.40 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 68:15 K:BB at Triple-A Fresno this season and seems likely to head back to the minors after the outing.
Voth will be recalled from Triple-A Fresno to start Sunday's game against the Braves, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
Joe Ross was tentatively set to make the start, but he was needed out of the bullpen Saturday. Voth joined the Nationals for Wednesday's doubleheader but did not pitch, and he'll make his season debut in the majors Sunday. The 26-year-old has a 4.40 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 68:15 K:BB in 61.1 innings with Fresno and will likely be headed back to the minors after the outing.
Voth was optioned to Triple-A Fresno following Game 2 of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Phillies, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports.
Voth was called up as the 26th man for the twin bill and was in play to potentially serve as a spot starter, but he ended up not appearing in either contest. The 26-year-old returns to Fresno, where he has a 4.40 ERA, 1.36 WHIP and 68:15 K:BB over 61.1 innings.
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